John j. c. abbott

Abbott

[ab-uht]
noun
1.
Berenice, 1898–1991, U.S. photographer.
2.
Edith, 1876–1957, and her sister Grace, 1878–1939, U.S. social reformers.
3.
Edville Gerhardt [ed-vil gair-hahrt] , 1871–1938, U.S. orthopedist.
4.
George, 1887–1995, U.S. playwright, director, and producer.
5.
Jacob, 1803–79, and his son, Lyman, 1835–1922, U.S. clergymen and writers.
6.
Sir John Joseph Caldwell, 1821–93, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1891–92.
7.
Robert Sengstake [seng-stak] , 1868–1940, U.S. newspaper publisher.
8.
William ("Bud") 1898–1974, U.S. actor, producer, and comedian, best known as the straight man of Abbott and Costello.
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